I’m not much of a gambler. So my wife and I are headed to Las Vegas to shop, to sun, and to stuff our faces. The food scene in Vegas has come a long way since the days of the $2.99 buffet. Just about every major chef in the world has an outpost in Vegas.
So we need your help. My wife has curated an insanely large list of possible restaurants. We have four lunches and three dinners to enjoy. Share your thoughts in the comments, and I’ll review the whole thing when I get back.
Lotus of Siam – Thai, strip mall
Milo’s at Cosmo – 3 course lunch $22.14
Bouchon – Venetian brunch
Border Grill – Top Chef Masters chefs
Rick Bayless’ Mundo
Twist – creative tasting menus
e by Jose andres
Secret pizza place at cosmopolitan- 3rd fl by bathrooms
Sweets Raku – like chickalicious
Downtown Cocktail Room
Press at Four Seasons
Chandelier Bar at Cosmo
Laundry Room – cocktails, need to text 702-445-6400
Mon Ami Gambi – one of the shockingly few with outdoor seating and view of Bellagio. Food good, too.
Hugo’s Cellar – downtown
La Cave – Wynn
Peppermill- breakfast, kitschy Vegas
China Poblano – Cosmo, Chinese Mexican
Viva las Arepas- mid priced
Rose.Rabbit.Lie – Cosmo, club, resto, show
Wing Lei – Wynn
DOCG – Cosmo Italian
L’Atelier Joel Robuchon
Hash House a Go Go
Charlie Palmer’s Cut of the Week – $48pp 3 course plus unlimited wine
The New York Delli in the Mirage is the real deal, it’s a must!
Settebello is a great Neapolitan joint, but if that’s too much of a trek, Due Forni and Dom DeMarco’s place are pretty great.
Pasta Pirate – off strip but always satisfies. Cioppino is killer.
12 E Ogden Ave
Las Vegas, NV
I enjoyed Todd English P.U.B. And Gordon Ramsay BurGR.
Bouchon is delightful. Went there for breakfast. Skip the Bellagio buffet.
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